tape reader


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tape reader

A trader who reads the consolidated tape in order to observe stock price and volume reports and then uses the information to make trading decisions.
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New tape indexing technology scans the tapes, using tape readers that can be loaded using an autoloader or library, and automatically generates a searchable index of the content.
Paper tape reader POPENTRaO, PREADTAPEaO (Olivetti)
Subroutines are already provided for Olivetti paper tape readers, ninety column card readers and card reader/punches.
With the old system, the operator couldn't correct the program at the machine; he had to take it up to the office for change by a programmer, followed by reloading back on the tape reader or NC unit.
The DNC shop-floor terminals are installed into the space originally designated for a tape reader on the machine controls.
TAPE TWIN System combines hardware and software to eliminate punched tape for running--part programs from a tape reader or memory.
If a serial port is not bidirectional, we need the make and model number of the tape reader.
Guide as some of the following products are available only under specific conditions: Tablets and similar devices, Document cameras and whiteboards, Other IT hardware, and limited quantity Accessories such as: Input/Output: Keyboards, Mice, Monitors, Printers, Barcode readers and other data collection devices, barcode and other labels; Storage: internal and external drives, including Hard, Floppy, Optical, USB, Flash, CD, DVD, other drives; magnetic tape readers, data cartridges and cassettes, and associated supplies (diskettes, CDs, DVDs, magnetic tapes, cleaning tapes and supplies);
Compliance with the EU's Electromagnetic Compatibility directive meant that Netherton-based GNT had to include quality standard CE marking in its manufacture of punch tape readers - better known as Telex machines.
Replace punched tape readers with floppy diskettes,
All of the shop's CNC tools have paper tape readers, which can make changes a tedious process.
However, most of todays's CNCs also accept external data from floppy discs, magnetic tape, paper of Mylar tape readers, and direct wire to a host computer or network.